E-Lander 7.62x39mm 17-Round Steel Magazine
E-Lander is a high-performance magazine manufacturer tasked with developing the best and most reliable mags for Israeli special forces and counter-terror units. These magazines are proven to hold up even in the harshest environments and most demanding circumstances. With six decades of experience, E-lander specializes in the manufacture of stamped metal parts and tools, and the quality of these magazines speaks to their effort.
- Optimized AR-15 Magazine for 7.62x39mm Caliber
- Heavy Gauge Steel Body
- Steel Floorplates
- Advanced Anti-Tilt Followers
- Proprietary Anti-Corrosive Coating
- Heat Treated for Added Durability
- Made in Israel
- Used by Israeli Special Forces and Counter-Terror Units
- Compatible with standard AR-15 Lower Receivers
Every magazine is treated with a fine resistance body coating, which has been tested to withstand 96 hours of continuous salt-spray. In addition, their anti-tilt followers are state-of-the-art and can come in multiple colors, allowing you to delineate between your magazines. Magazine bodies are made of a durable, heavy gauge steel with steel floor plates and exceptionally strong springs, so you can trust your E-Lander mags in abusive environments. Since the magazine is the number one source of failure for a reliable gun, quality parts come first. If you need to stock up, E-Lander magazines are a great option at a fantastic price. This magazine is for 7.62x39mm AR-15s, which utilize standard AR-15 Mil-Spec Lower Receivers. It has a 17-round capacity.
Ratings & Reviews
Miss marked or miss stamped?
by AK295 -
Well they look good, bought 2 of them and cant get either of them to chamber even 1 round. Compared them too my other 30 round and 10 round mags that work great, and these look like the feeds are for a 556.
<br>Tried 556 and yepp they chamber just fine.
17 rounds? I think not.
by some guy -
Finish of the mag is really nice. I will give it that. However, 17 rounds was wishful thinking. I could jam 16 into it but it had issues feeding the first round. With 15 it ran fine. So at least on the one I gave go it seems to be a reliable 15 round mag with a really nice finish. And as a bonus, it has a nice stenciled 7.62 x 39 with a little bullet icon. In short, a nice looking 15 round range mag sums this guy up for me.